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Old 01-09-2016, 07:39 AM
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Default 2001 LB7 low oil message.

Hey all,

I've had the "Check Engine Oil Level" intermittently over the last 12 months. I unplugged the sensor at the pan and jumped the connection. This worked for a while, recently intermittent "Check Oil Level" message startef again. Now it is on permanent. This tells me there is a break in the wiring harness somewhere.

My question to you all is: where does the oil level sensor harness plug into on the other side from the sensor from the oil pan?

I'd like to bypass all together and eliminate the message.

Thanks in advance,

Mal
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